Walmart community involvement coordinator Leah Frazier (right) recently donated a check for $1,000 to Cheryl Lamkin, President of Ruston Girls Softball Association. The Association’s spring registration is currently in progress and more information is available by logging on to www. rustonsoftball.com. Additional details can also be obtained by calling Lamkin at 235-5477 or Lori at 245-2433.
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There’s something about catching catfish that has always been exciting to me. As kids cutting our teeth on fishing, my brother, two cousins and I spent many summer nights setting out catfish hooks on Molido Creek in back of our Goldonna homes.
Part of the intrigue was camping out down by the creek in the woods while we tended our lines. It didn’t matter that the catfish we caught were bullheads – “mudcats” to us – it was thrilling to approach a pole, shine the light on it and see it whipping around indicating a fish had taken the bait.
BOCA RATON, Fla. —Whitney Frazier scored a game-high 20 points, including the go-ahead jumper with less than two minutes to play, and Louisiana Tech overcame a 19-point deficit to defeat Florida Atlantic 73-68 at FAU Arena Thursday night.
Grambling State University Head Football Coach Broderick Fobbs announced a group of 23 new Tigers signed National Letters of Intent Wednesday to join the GSU football team.
The recruiting class includes two quarterbacks, one tight end, one offense lineman, one defensive lineman, five linebackers, seven defensive backs and one athlete.
“We are very excited about this group of signees that have joined our Grambling Family who will help fill some of the needs we have as we head toward the 2015 season,” Fobbs said of his second signing class as head coach.